Microsoft plans to release in the near future several updates for the Outlook application on iPhone and iPad.
In particular, Outlook for iPad will receive support for Split View. Thus, users can simultaneously use the application, for example, along with a calendar. There will also be support for drag-n-drop – you can drag links or text from the browser window directly into the draft letter.
Outlook for iPhone will finally support Do Not Disturb mode. It disables scheduled email notifications or if you select the Until Tomorrow option.
In addition, Outlook will receive integration with LinkedIn. Users will be able to connect their account to see potential matches in contact cards in Outlook.
Also, Outlook will start offering email folders from specific users (if you often move certain emails to special folders).
Updates should appear in users in the coming weeks. Microsoft also promises to show what changes await iOS and Android versions of Outlook at the Ignite conference, which will be held next week.
Source: The verge